Tuesday , 11 December 2018

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Residents Abandoning Regions With Increasingly Fierce Sandstorms

Radiofarda – Sand and dust storms are growing in intensity and frequency in parts of Iran, forcing residents of the oil-rich southwestern Khuzestan province to move to cities with bearable weather conditions, according to an MP from the battered province. Speaking to state-run Iran Labor News Agency (ILNA), Javad Kazem Nasab Albaji, an MP from the Khuzestan capital, Ahvaz, singled …

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Macron, Rouhani Agree To Work To Preserve Nuclear Deal

Radiofarda – French President Emmanuel Macron and Iranian President Hassan Rouhani agreed in a phone conversation to work together to preserve the 2015 Iran nuclear agreement, Macron’s office says, although the Iranian leader insisted the terms were “not negotiable.”

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Iran: Death Row Political Prisoner Deprived Of Medical Treatment Despite Poor Health

Iran-HRM – Ramin Hossein Panahi, a political prisoner on death row in Sanandaj Central Prison, western Iran, suffers Kidney hemorrhage and infection possibly resulting from torture, and he has yet to receive any medicalattention outside prison.

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Iran: Man Executed In Bandar Abbas Central Prison

Iran-HRM – A 41-year-old man by the name of Mohammad Jafar Shirzad was executed on April 28th in Bandar Abbas Central Prison in southern Iran. He was from the city of Khorramabad, west of Iran and had been held behind bars since 2014. Reports indicate that another prisoner in Isfahan Central Prison was transferred to solitary confinement today in preparation …

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Iran Detains Five Women For Trying To Enter Football Stadium

Iran-HRM – Two young women were arrested on Friday, April 27, 2018, in Isfahan, central Iran for attempting to enter the Naghsh-e Jahan Stadium to watch the match between their favorite football teams. Iranian authorities on the same day detained two other young women and a teen girl for trying to attend a football match in Tehran’s gigantic Azadi Stadium, the …

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